How to reach Bertinoro

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Bertinoro is half way between Forlì and Cesena, 6 Km away from the national road n. 9 called “Via Emilia,” right to the East of Forlimpopoli.

By Motorway

Driving from Bologna or Rimini: get out from the motorway A 14 to the Cesena-Nord (Cesena-North) tollbooth and take the national road E 45 directed to Rome as far as the Cesena-Ovest (Cesena-West) exit. Turn right on the national road n. 9 Via Emilia, towards Forlì. Passing a small town called Capocolle, the way to Bertinoro begins right after the traffic light, on the left. The way from the Cesena tollbooth to Bertinoro takes about 12 Km. Click on the link Autostrade (Motorways) to get further information about distances and tolls.

By Train

Bologna – Rimini line: if you catch Express, Eurostar or Inter-City trains you must get off at Forlì or Cesena stations. Afterwards, it is possible to take a taxi (+39 0543 31111) or a bus to Bertinoro  that is about 13 km far. Click on the link Ferrovie dello Stato (National Railways) for updated timetables.

By Public Transportation

From Forlì (Bus station next to the railway station) there are several daily connections to Bertinoro. Click on the link Autobus pubblici (Public buses) to get further information. Since the web site is only in Italian, to use the search engine in the home page to find the timetables of the connections between the Forlì railway station and Bertinoro just type “Stazione FS Forlì” under “Partenza da” and “Bertinoro-Bertinoro (FC)” under “Arrivo a.” The fields “partendo dalle” and “arrivando alle” mean “I want to live at some time” and “I want to arrive around some time” respectively.

By Plane

Aeroporto di Forlì (Forlì airport), that is about 5 Km far from the University Centre, is well connected with the main European capitals. Aeroporto di Bologna (Bologna airport), that is about 80 Km far from the University Centre, is an important international airport.